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Well done Netflix

NetflixOn June 19th Netflix announced that they were dropping the Profiles feature. The Profiles feature made it possible for a single account (family) to support multiple Ques – at least that’s how I used it. The decision to drop the Profiles feature was met with a pretty serious backlash online – almost 1,300 posts on the Netflix blog post related to the announcment. Netflix announed today that they’re going to keep the Profiles feature and that’s a good thing. Kudos to Netflix for listening to customer feedback and more importantly; reacting to it. Well done.


Tivo and Amazon.com Unbox Partner

 Amazon Unbox

Tivo’s new partnership with Amazon.com Unbox is going to be good for Tivo – I’ll use the service to download and watch movies. Actually, I might use it for TV shows I don’t have access to as well. Smart deal.

On the same day that Walmart launched a competing movie download service and then fell flat on their face over simple browser compatibility issues, Amazon announced an incredibly cool, long rumored new partnership with Tivo. – TechCrunch


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